Here’s what prominent figures across the city said when the Rivard Report asked them to share their New Year’s resolutions.
2019 marked the passing of notable San Antonians who left an indelible mark on the city through philanthropy, business, advocacy, and the arts.
The free event begins at 6 p.m. with live music, carnival rides, local art and crafts, and refreshments available for purchase. Fireworks begin at midnight.
Here’s a look at the people, things, and ideas that have come and gone during 2019.
While we still have many corners of San Antonio left to explore, we wanted to take a moment to look back at the stories our readers shared this year.
An on-duty firefighter died after being struck by a vehicle as he was getting out of his fire apparatus just east of downtown San Antonio.
The funeral Mass for Dr. Alfonso Chiscano, who helped preserve the legacy of San Antonio’s Canary Island settlers, will be at San Fernando Cathedral.
A public visitation for former San Antonio Mayor Lila Cockrell is scheduled for Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., with a memorial service and public tribute set for Thursday.
Friends and elected officials from San Antonio and elsewhere remember San Antonio’s first female mayor, Lila Cockrell, who died Thursday at age 97.
The Rivard Report will welcome four superintendents at a free event Tuesday night focused on education on San Antonio’s South Side.